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  • THX 1138 - Interesting graphics if you played 2 - trashy design for a PC game

    If you played Diablo II and waited the decade for III; you will probably agree the demon transitions are interesting if not amusing.

  • Amazon Customer - Just didn't work for me

    I have heard mixed reviews on the ViSalus products so I tried them out. I read all of the instructions, drank the shakes, took the daily supplements & ate the recommended diet. It just didn't work for me. The flavor of the shakes is great at first, but eventually the "cake batter" flavor gets old. The mix-ins help with changing it up a bit but you only get 10. Several friends have had better luck & great results so I'll give it another try.

  • Amazon Customer - Awesome

    Nicole Jackson is the s😍😍t . Have us getting our entire lives in these books thank you for always keeping us entertained.

  • sean southey - A disappointing book filled with personal opinions

    There are a couple of good chapters that do give some good insight into how algorithms can have a negative impact on our lives. Although, the book is riddled with personal opinions instead of actual facts. The author also acts like she knows better than the actual experts in the relative fields she is deeming to be wrong, e.g., police departments and judges. It is very easy to point out that things are wrong, but what if it's the best option? It seems like she is trying to force negative aspects of big data to fit her personal agenda.

  • Spud's Place - Comprehensive and Reliable

    I started with the 2011 version of Norton 360, purchasing the CD from Amazon, and have updated annually since. I am now using version

  • SkierBrian - Super excellent

    If I was rich I would only buy new electronics that have Bluetooth built in. As it is I am broke so I have broke arse electronics that have these things called "tape decks". Who knows what that is but these sweet Bluetooth adapters make it so I can use electronics belonging in museums.